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Volume 46 Number 25

Black Power, then and now

How political struggles and concepts from the '60s are animating a new generation

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Feeding time

Pack the earplugs and napkins, it's time for the second annual Burger Boogaloo

Lunch hour, part 2

Great new midday meals at Wise Sons, Square Meals, Seoul Patch, and New England Lobster

The future’s got spice

Collaborating on life -- and tucking in at Pagarung Thai

Texas highlights

Street performers, Jimmy Cliff, and organ-rattling beats at SXSW 2012

Revealing the future

New works shine alongside classics in a fitting tribute to Alvin Ailey's legacy

Up north

North Beach drinking shenanigans, plus Nina Kraviz, Mike Simonetti, Ssion, Quantic, and more hot-cool nightlife

Black Power now

From the sounds of the Panthers to Angela Davis' thoughts on Occupy, this week's issue surveys some of today's progressive African American happenings

You have the right to remain weird

Programmers from LA, Austin, and (duh) SF bring cult madness to the Roxie

Who’s afraid of Jesse Michaels

The former Operation Ivy singer humbly submits Classics of Love for your approval

Panther cry

New Bay anthology "Listen Whitey!" plays the sounds of black power

Spring fairs and festivals

The Bay's got it all, from garlic to tango fests -- here's your handy, comprehensive guide to big spring happenings

In the SXSW green room

A DIY potstar runs down her favorite medical marijuana moments from Austin

It’s not what you get, it’s what you keep

A BBC journalist gathers black voices for posterity

The poetry of poverty

Winners of the POOR Magazine's Battle of All the Sexes, in verse

Lee and the foreclosure crisis

Our mayor's face has been conspicuously missing from the Bernal protests

TV gone wild

A Vortex Room tribute examines William Shatner's dark side

Black Power and OWS

The two movements have it in them to merge, but it's going to take some work

The legacy of racism

Killing the Messenger explores Black Muslim ideology and the cycles of brutality